McKinley's war message, 1898

August 2017
McKinley's War Message, 1898;8/1/2017, p1
Presents an address to the United States Congress given by President McKinley in 1898 concerning Spain's warfare with Cuba. History of Cuban revolutions; Effect on American trade; Policies of war adopted by the Spanish; Cuban relief efforts by Americans; Proposition of peace.


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